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Estate planning should take sibling dynamics into account

Families in Pennsylvania are just like families across the country. They are made up of imperfect people who have imperfect relationships with each other. One of the relationship dynamics in play in most families is sibling rivalry. Sibling rivalry should be taken into account when doing estate planning. There are some key approaches to doing so.

Getting started with estate planning

Some Pennsylvania residents hear the term "estate planning" and presume (in error) that it is something only for the very wealthy. However, the fact is that all Pennsylvania residents who have anything of value, and loved ones they want taken care of, can benefit from estate planning. It is a good idea for adults of any age, and indeed many experts advise starting estate planning as early in life as possible. Remember, you can always adapt your estate plan later as your circumstances, and your circle of loved ones, change across the years.

Queen of Soul leaves no will. Complex probate to ensue.

Earlier this year, the world said good-bye one of the most ground-breaking musicians of our time. Aretha Franklin’s passing shed light on the iconic legacy of her life’s work—from extraordinary musical achievements to civil rights activism. One thing the Queen of Soul didn’t leave behind, however, was a will.

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